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were there in srebrenica really could not stand up and could not defend themselves much less the local population. >> host: they made a mockery of the idea. >> guest: i wouldn't argue with that and this is the other point i was going to make. in effect, if you say that you are bringing in people to protect you and we have a safe haven, the sense that people get is, finally we are going to be safe. there's a safe haven. the u.n. troops are here and nothing will happen. to allow that expectation to stand rather than being realistic and lowering tax dictation and explaining to the people in the public what we can do and not do his part of the problem with u.n. peacekeepers. i saw it in the middle east and in lebanon. when you put a u.n. patrol here it becomes a village because people gather around. >> host: in the case of srebrenica you don't think peacekeepers could have done anything more than they did? >> guest: they did not have the resources. they could have fought but they didn't have the sort of weapons that are required to outgun and out drive them. >> host: but when its own gover
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